CroisiNews #5


Welcome to CroisiEurope’s latest issue of the monthly CroisiNews!
A unique opportunity to find out more about life on board our ships and dive into the heart of CroisiEurope’s world!

Naples Cruises: Set off for an unforgettable winter!


Searching for a warm and sunny destination at the coolest time of the year? Search no more - our cruises to Naples let you live the Dolce Vita onboard the MS La Belle de L’Adriatique!

Naples is a unique, picturesque and lively city. Founded by the Greeks, this city has accumulated vast amounts of wealth through the ages: its historic center is classed as a UNESCO site and boasts some of the most beautiful architectural treasures from the ancient times up to the 18th Century. The sumptuously decorated and furnished The Royal Palace of Naples was one of the four residences used by the Bourbon Kings during their rule of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, and is a journey into Italy’s fascinating history. The Cappella Sansevero is a chapel recognized internationally as an artistic treasure and a masterpiece of baroque architecture. It houses some of Italy’s major works of art.

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Breathtaking coastlines: The Riviera, Tuscany, Elba, and the Bay of Naples

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Italy, Calabria, Sicily, Greece and the island of Corfu

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Sail the Loire Canal on board a hotel barge!


Cruises on French canals are increasingly popular with people seeking an authentic experience closer to nature. Discovering France on a canal barge lets you explore a rich heritage, while taking in landscapes unfolding along the banks at a leisurely pace.

CroisiEurope has recently started offering a new itinerary on the Canal Latéral à la Loire on board the Deborah, a new hotel barge decorated in a modern and contemporary style. With only 12 cabins and all the comfort of a floating hotel, a barge cruise is perfect for every generation and an ideal way of sharing special moments with family and friends.


The Canal Latéral à la Loire is 121 miles long and flows from the town of Digoin to the small town of Briare. It starts in the Bourgogne region all the way to the Canal de Briare in the region known as Centre-Val de Loire. The fascinating Briare Aqueduct with its imposing steel frame, spanning the Loire river, was created by Gustave Eiffel, who also designed the famous Eiffel Tower.

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An unforgettable experience: Helicopter sightseeing tours


In 2017, CroisiEurope will offer helicopter tours over the Loire and Médoc regions.

These unforgettable and exhilarating tours are part of our new dynamic excursion packages!

The helicopter flight over the Loire takes you over Ancenis, its breathtaking landscape and castle, The Tower of Oudon, the Castle of Clermont, the Castle of Turmelière…

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The helicopter flight over the Médoc region will take you over numerous prestigious castles surrounded by their renowned vineyards!

Find out more about the helicopter flight over the Médoc